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UK motorists are planning to drive an average of 212
miles further for their UK holidays than they have in previous years, as
staycations continue to boom. A study, conducted by Euro Car Parts, found that
33% of drivers will drive further this summer, due to the restrictions of
international travel, and are also happy to spend more on their UK holidays than
Brits are also planning to use this summer to explore more of the UK, with 27%
saying they would be visiting different parts of the country more often than
usual, and another 27% planning to go on multiple staycations. In comparison, 8%
drivers said they'd be...
'The Box Yard,' a the new shipping
container venue that's the 1st of its kind in Liverpool
LIVERPOOL'S 1st ever shipping
container venue has opened on Great Howard Street, just north of
Liverpool city Centre, and there are huge plans to make...
Launch date confirmed for new look
THE brand new Southport Market will
officially open its doors in mid July, in time for a scorching
summer of tasty treats, thirst quenching drinks and much more. A
2 new family
shows will be premiered at the inaugural Little LTF festival taking place in
Liverpool next month
THE Little LTF is a new strand
and sister event to the hugely successful Liverpool Theatre Festival, which was
1st staged last September in response...
Estate Agents in Southport is delighted to be the main sponsor for the Southport
Comedy Festival 2021
ANTHONY James Estate Agents, who are based on Hoghton
and its partners have submitted a ₤19.2 million bid for Crosby Town Centre
ENTITLED:- 'Reimagining Crosby'
includes plans for a new, state of the art library in the Town Centre...
incident training in Merseyside, in 18 months, takes place aboard RFA Austin
MORE than 80 staff from
Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service took part in a major...
has submitted a ₤14.5 million bid to the Government's Levelling Up Fund that
will help kick start Bootle's economic recovery
PROPOSALS in the bid will
transform the hard hit Town's night time economy and include plans for the North
of England's 1st...
conversation - how can we make Merseyside safer?
MERSEYSIDE'S Police Commissioner
is inviting people from across the Region to join the conversation about how we
can make Merseyside even safer at a virtual public...
Lennon Airport's Health and Testing Provider eyes up ₤100m acquisition strategy
IN our weekly edition published
on 6 June
2021, we got a chance to interview the MD
of AKEA Life, Ben Paglia, at Liverpool John Lennon Airport. In a new
development, we have now been told that Salutaris People, the British healthcare
and testing company that provides rapid PCR testing for airline passengers at
Liverpool John Lennon Airport in partnership with Test Assurance Group (TAG) and
Liverpool John Lennon Airport, has announced a ₤100m acquisition strategy. We
are told that it plans to acquire a number of businesses in the healthcare and
facilities management sectors, within the North West and North East...
Town Hall Refurbishments
SPECIALIST improvement and refurbishment works are set
to take place on Southport and Bootle Town Halls aimed at reducing heat loss and
restoring historic features. The work is set to run throughout...
launches new collaborative space in Liverpool and summer collections
WASTED Heroes have been very busy since reaching their
10th Anniversary back in...
Editor:- "Beauty queens head to USA to represent the UK"
"HI, myself and my daughter siah have fundraised for
the Salvation Army, as part of our beauty pageant journey..."
Commissioner welcomes independent report into Police response to domestic abuse
MERSEYSIDE'S Police Commissioner has welcomed an
independent report into...
A Rose to Remember
THIS summer, St. Joseph's Hospice
in Thornton is inviting people to remember a loved one by dedicating a rose in
their memory as part of its summer remembrance event...
Heightened by the Covid19
Pandemic Sefton Council Cabinet has approved development of a Child Poverty
AS part of work to combat the
effects of child poverty, which have been worsened by the Covid19 Pandemic,
Sefton Council's Cabinet has approved the development of a Child Poverty
Strategy. Developing the Strategy, in partnership with The Welfare Reform and